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Spotlight: Sparks Industries, LLC

April showers bring May flowers 

April showers bring May flowers and we are here to make sure your flowers are happy and healthy for the spring.

Ryan Sparks, our soil specialist has worked hard over the years to perfect all of our organics and composts.

Whether you’re planting a raised garden, flower beds or just trying to keep your plants thriving, Sparks has the solutions for you.

Our organic bedding mix is the ideal combination of enriched topsoil, manure, sand, and leaf compost. Each ingredient serves an important purpose.

Topsoil provides a good starting foundation; manure provides nutrients and boosts soil fertility.

Sand provides airflow and irrigation for water to pass through while letting roots breathe. Lastly, our leaf compost helps your plants retain moisture and repel weeds from sprouting, all while nourishing plants.

Nutri-mulch is ideal for new flower beds that need a boost in nutrients. With a combination of our natural triple-ground mulch and composted manure you’ll have structure to help keep weeds out, while feeding new plants with nutrients. The nutri-mulch gets darker and more nutrient-dense with age.

Our leaf mulch/compost is made of 100% composted leaves. Our leaves are ground once then left to compost for a year before we final grind them again to get ready to sell.

Leaf mulch is a perfect alternative to traditional mulch and soil.

Loaded with nitrogen and phosphorus the larger particle size helps enhance the tilth and loosen compacted soil.

The best part of our leaf mulch/compost is that you will not have to scrape away old mulch the following year. The compost will amend into your soil and make for a beautifully rich and healthy soil for years to come.

We pride ourselves in having the highest quality organic material and would love to see our soils and composts in your garden and flower beds!

PHOTO CAP: Ryan Sparks has been crucial in the development of our topsoil and organics department.

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